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Mr. CRACKNELL To 1829 - FREE TRADE
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ROBERT CRUCKNELL to 1829
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For Sale by Auction Tuesday 10th March 1829.
Including a small Brewery.
Consisting of a Bar and two Parlours, Tap-room and Wash-house. Seven Sleeping-rooms and spacious cellarage with Brew-house, Stable, Gig-house, Piggery and large Yards. The property having a frontage to Mere Street of 66 feet and extends to the New Road, at the back of the premises, by which approach may be made from the Norwich and London Road from Scole, without coming on the pavement.
Further particulars to be had from the Proprietor, Mr. Crucknell.


On Friday 13th November 1829 the Brewing Plant of Mr. Cruchnell was to be sold without reserve.
The equipment included a 175 Gallon Copper, Mash Tub, 4 barrel Underback, Steel Malt Mill, about 30 feet of lead Pipe, several Barrels and Half-barrels, small Dray and Harness, 15 Dozen Stone Bottles and other Effects. The Brewing Plant, Dray and Malt Mill were all within four years old.

 

Thought to be a different house to the KING'S HEAD since that was not a Free Trade house and other licensees named.